Friday, April 18, 2014
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EDIT: Protect your students

After his fourth grade son endured months of physical and verbal bullying from a fellow classmate at Rolling Hills Elementary, Stephen Feudner said as a last resort he filed a restraining order against the troubled nine-year-old. The restraining order was granted, but since the school refuses to release the full name and address of the […]

INTERROBANG

A Florida woman was accused of torching a car after her boyfriend refused to buy her a McFlurry. We here at the ol’ Free Press were wondering what irrational things people at BU would do if someone denied them something they really wanted.  SHA: Spit in their food. COM: They would publish a defamatory article […]

EDIT: Social media for the anti-social

Finally, a new social media app has been created to eliminate the possibility of a dreaded and awkward encounter with our archenemies during the day. Because apparently, enduring small talk and civil conversations with those we don’t exactly match eye-to-eye has become too much for some people to handle. Creator of Cloak and former creative […]

EDIT: Free college, with a catch

The Michigan legislature has introduced a new program that would provide students with free tuition, but, of course, there’s a catch. In return for free tuition, after a student graduates and begins earning above the poverty line, they have to give up a percentage of their income for a specified number of years. That is […]

EDIT: It’s much more than just pictures

Boston prosecutors filed a motion on Monday asking a federal judge to bar accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from viewing autopsy photos of victims, aside from those being used as evidence during the trial. The prosecutors argue that, although photos are standard procedure of all autopsies, it is unnecessary to allow Tsarnaev the unrestricted […]